Ten times a day, on average, Facebook's AI-driven self-harm detection system alerts authorities to someone who may be about to harm him or herself.
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Are disinformation and conspiracy just par for the course on “the front page of the internet?”
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Money is going a lot of different ways in the car industry. Experts say companies are investing in new technology simply because they don't want to be left behind.
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Simone Giertz is an inventor of useless robots. She finds joy and freedom in learning to build machines that are meant to fail. She shares that joy with millions through her YouTube channel.
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Facebook says it is cutting ties with the Washington consulting firm Definers Public Affairs, which spread disparaging information about the social network's critics.
Amazon announced its expanding footprint, adding some 25,000 jobs in Long Island City in Queens and Arlington, Va. Some in those cities are worried about housing prices and congestion on the roads.
Amazon means shopping. It also makes movies and smart locks, publishes books, operates stores, and helps other companies deliver packages and run websites. How many Amazon brands will you recognize?
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After a yearlong search, Amazon announced Tuesday that it will divide its second headquarters between the Long Island City neighborhood in Queens and Arlington in Northern Virginia.
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Filmmakers Hans Block and Moritz Riesewieck discuss how their documentary tells the sobering story of the trauma and challenges faced by those who sift through social content.
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Rain was best known for the eerie, sonorous voice he lent to HAL 9000 in the 1968 Stanley Kubrick film. However, he was also celebrated for his decades of performances on the Shakespearean stage.
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New York Times columnist Kevin Roose was tracking trolls and fake news on social media during the run up to the midterm elections .
"This is my very first day at Xinhua News Agency," says a sharply dressed artificial intelligence news anchor. "I look forward to bringing you the brand new news experiences."
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Tweets by Gab, a social media site used by the suspect in the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, show that the site's new server host, Epik, has been subpoenaed by the Pennsylvania attorney general.
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Twitter and Facebook are trying to make sure fewer people see misinformation online…but it's still there.
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The surprising decision to divide the win is an anticlimactic ending for a much-hyped, Olympic-style search. The plan promised up to 50,000 new high-paying jobs and drew 238 bids.
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A day before midterm elections, the social media giant announces that it suspended the accounts after it was notified of suspicious activity that may be linked to foreign entities.
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The FCC, along with telecom companies, was in favor of voiding a lower court ruling that upheld its 2015-era rules, according to a Democrat on the commission.
Experts say white supremacist hate groups are targeting young video game fans for recruitment via YouTube, Twitch, game-related forums and directly within multiplayer game chat.
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Our occasional series on storytelling in video games returns with a trip to Donut County — which is about doughnuts, yes, but also giant holes, cranky raccoons, and learning not to be a jerk.
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There could be an upside to your phone addiction. Games like Tetris can reduce anxiety, according to new research. So if you've got Election Day jitters, go ahead and launch that app.
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